The best full frame camera money can buy ... if you only need a 35mm lens.
Jerry Jackson Jr., Amazon
11 April 2015
Summary: I've shot with a wide variety of digital cameras since switching from film to digital almost 14 years ago. I shoot professionally and for my own personal satisfaction. The Sony RX1 is one of those few cameras that satisfies BOTH my professional and personal desires while I'm shooting.
Summary: Best camera I own. Being mirrorless, this is a Completely silent camera. Great for taking candid shots of people. Wonderful for street photography. I may use this camera more than my A7r. And if you do end up buying this camera, get a wood grip... A big must... Functional and beautiful.
Summary: Favorite camera ever purchased. Longtime Canon SLR user, and I find myself using the RX1 more frequently due to the easy to cary form factor. IQ is about as good has can be had with a full frame sensor and 35mm prime lens from any manufacturer.
Excerpt: The RX1 is a fabulous piece of engineering excellence. Period. I'm not going to write an a-z review of it as there are many of those out there. I would like to comment on specifics, preconceptions, thoughts, observations, etc. Size and handling: It's not that small, but it's all relative!
Excerpt: I had the privilege of comparing the RX1 to the Sony A7 & A7R, Olympus OMD EM-1 and the FujiFilm X-T1. All of these cameras are wonderful but they just don't measure up to the RX1 in terms of edge to edge sharpness. The 55/1.8 on the Sony A7 comes very close but the RX1 still wins out.
Pros: Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Sharpness, Small / Compact